Tag: Education

Genius Teacher Uses LEGO Blocks To Help Teach Math To Students

It’s probably safe to say that the vast majority of us played with LEGO as kids. Arguably the most famous thing to come out of Denmark since the vikings, it was started many years ago by a carpenter named Ole Kirk Christiansen. He named his company after the Danish phrase “leg godt” which means “play well” in English. Since then, it’s become a feature in homes around the world as a very fun (if occasionally painful) and creative hobby. However, Alycia Zimmerman, a 3rd-grade teacher in New York, decided to start using LEGO bricks in her lessons to help...

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Adorable 3-Year-Old Knows The Entire Periodic Table

It’s kind of embarrassing, but chances are this child knows far more about elements, gases, and chemicals than many of us. She can’t even read (though she’s sounding out words), and she’s not even in Kindergarten, but she could definitely help a lot of us when it comes to studying for an upcoming science test. While little Brielle is the cutest amateur scientist we’ve ever seen so far, her ability is truly impressive. She only first got the flash cards in April of 2015, which means in 6 months she’s memorized all the elements. Even more impressive is the...

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The Inspiring Story Of Hero Teacher Sonya Romero

Those who know Ellen DeGeneres know that she loves to bring to light the unsung heroes of communities across America. Today she has brought to our attention the inspiring story of Sonya Romero, a great teacher and humanitarian. Sonya Romero is one of those fantastic teachers and exemplary human beings ready and willing to go the extra mile for every child that comes into her class. Anyone who has ever had a great teacher in their life knows all too well the big impact someone like Sonya can have in the classroom and beyond. Through Ellen and a lovely...

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